Pretty Cute Pumpkin Spice Latte

It’s Pumpkin Spice season! Woohoo! Check out this cute Pumpkin Spice Latte pattern from Ugly Duckling House:

You’ll find the pattern on her blog [here]. While you’re there, you might want to sign up for her cross stitch pattern library as well.

If you’re not a fan of the PSL, that’s okay. This pattern is still adorable and you can call it a mug of hot chocolate instead πŸ˜‰

Enjoy and happy stitching!

Not Your Boo

This free cross stitch pattern from The Homesteady is cute, fun, and a little sassy. I love it so ridiculously much. Appropriate both as a fun Halloween themed piece and as a bit of a subversive message to that guy in the office who keeps calling everyone ‘boo’ … don’t be that guy.

You’ll find the pattern [here] on the Homesteady site.

If you like this pattern, be sure to hop over to her Etsy shop to check those patterns out as well.

A Kiwi Christmas Joy Ornament Freebie

Fun and festive free ornament design from Homestitchness ~ a quick to stitch design with a little New Zealand flair.

You can download the pattern over on Jenny’s blog at http://www.homestitchness.com/2013/11/a-kiwi-christmas-decoration-freebie.html

Enjoy and happy stitching πŸ™‚

Farm Fresh Freebie from Hands-on-Design

I was scrolling through the #crossstitchersofinstagram hashtag feed over on Instagram with my coffee and spotted this adorable finish of a pattern from Hands on Design by @starrynightsstudio

How darn cute is that? Adorable.

The pattern is the Farm Fresh freebie that Hands on Design gave to shops at Nashville and you can download a PDF of the pattern on their blog at http://handsondesign.biz/farm-fresh/

Pretty Flowers by Stitching Fairy

These quick and easy to stitch flowers from Stitching Fairy are perfect to stitch up for cards and gifts, with variations to use for different events.

You can download the pattern set free on Craftsy.

Enjoy & Happy Stitching!

12 Free Patriotic Cross Stitch Patterns

Pattern roundup of 12 Patriotic themed cross stitch freebies you can download and stitch. Link to the location of each free pattern is directly under the image.






United We Stand free cross stitch pattern from Sandra Parlow

==> United We Stand by Sandra Parlow available at 123stitch.com (scroll to the bottom of the freebies page, pattern and key are separate files to download)


America 1776 free cross stitch pattern from The Gentle Art

==> America 1776 from The Gentle Art (scroll down a bit on the page to get the pattern download)



Patriotic Pockets free pocket shaped cross stitch patterns from CraftIdeas.com

==> Patriotic Pockets from CraftIdeas.com





Enjoy and Stitching!

Have a safe and enjoyable Independence Day

12 Free Patriotic Cross Stitch Patterns

Golden Butterfly

This shiny little butterfly was designed by Janelle Giese for Kreinik and is available as a free pattern download on the Kreinik website.

golden butterfly free cross stitch pattern

source: Kreinik

Get the pattern [here]. Enjoy and happy stitching!

Royal Wedding Sampler

Bugs and Fishes had a similar cute sampler for Prince William and Kate’s marriage, and now has recreated it to have a matching one for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s upcoming wedding.



Seriously, how adorable is that?
Almost as adorable and the couple themselves. It’s perfect.

You can download this free cross stitch pattern on the Bugs and Fishes blog at http://bugsandfishes.blogspot.com/2018/04/royal-wedding-2018-free-cross-stitch-pattern.html

Go download that pattern and prepare to geek out over the beautiful wedding and all the television coverage that goes with it this weekend. Enjoy and happy royal wedding stitching πŸ™‚

Frog Happy

This happy little frog was designed by Pam Kellogg for Kreinik and is available as a free pattern download on the Kreinik website.

Frog Happy free cross stitch pattern

source: Kreinik

Get the pattern [here]. He’s super handsome with a little bit of sparkle and a lot of happiness. Enjoy and happy stitching!

Knotwork Garden

A bit bigger than the usual free pattern, this design can be stitched as a pillow, part of a tote bag, a nice sized quilt block, or anything else you can imagine it as. While charted in purples and greens, this Celtic inspired knotwork design can of course be stitched in any color combination.

You can download the free pattern PDF [here]. Enjoy & Happy Stitching πŸ™‚